- Columbia City Council votes down student housing complex Updated: May-05-15 11:43 am
COLUMBIA, Missouri - The Columbia City Council has rejected plans for an 850-bed student housing on the east side of the city.
- University of Missouri College of Business gets $6 million Updated: May-03-15 3:47 pm
COLUMBIA, Missouri - A man whose donations have helped promote a business program at the University of Missouri has donated another $6 million to assure the program's future.
- Missouri governor's son accused of driving while intoxicated Updated: May-02-15 9:11 pm
COLUMBIA, Missouri - Columbia police say the 24-year-old son of Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon is accused of driving while intoxicated after being pulled over for running a red light.
- Man arrested after rabbit stolen from shelter is hanged Updated: May-01-15 7:04 pm
COLUMBIA, Missouri - A man has been arrested after the rabbit he stole from an animal shelter was found hanging from his outdoor apartment deck.
- 2 plead guilty in fatal Columbia home invasion Updated: May-01-15 8:37 am
COLUMBIA, Missouri - Two men have pleaded guilty to participating in a home invasion in Columbia that led to the death of an accomplice.
- Mack Rhoades off and running at Missouri Updated: Apr-30-15 8:03 pm
COLUMBIA, Missouri - Asked how to raise attendance at sporting events, new Missouri athletic director Mack Rhoades said simply, "Win games."
- Missouri corn crop planting lagging far behind recent years Updated: Apr-29-15 5:04 am
COLUMBIA, Missouri - Missouri farmers are lagging far behind average in planting this year's corn crop, especially in the southeast region.
- Missouri school board mulls nondiscrimination policy change Updated: Apr-29-15 2:34 am
COLUMBIA, Missouri - The Columbia Board of Education Policy Committee is considering adding gender identity and expression to the district's nondiscrimination policy.
- Missouri Highway Patrol: Shane Ray cited for pot possession Updated: Apr-28-15 8:06 pm
COLUMBIA, Missouri - NFL prospect Shane Ray has been issued a misdemeanor citation after a trooper found a small amount of marijuana in the defensive end's car.
- Columbia College trustees approve formation of schools Updated: Apr-28-15 1:07 pm
COLUMBIA, Missouri - Columbia College, which has seen a growth in online enrollment in Columbia and 36 satellite campuses across the country, is changing its structure to streamline its administration.
- Ragtime pianist's home in Columbia set for restoration Updated: Apr-27-15 11:27 am
COLUMBIA, Missouri - The inside of a historic home once belonging to a famous ragtime pianist in Columbia is being restored with some of its original fixtures.
- State suspends IBM incentives after layoffs Updated: Apr-27-15 10:32 am
COLUMBIA, Missouri - The Missouri Department of Economic Development has suspended its last remaining incentive to an IBM service center in Columbia.
- MU grad gives $1M to journalism school for LGBT education Updated: Apr-26-15 7:16 pm
COLUMBIA, Missouri - A University of Missouri graduate has donated $1 million to the journalism school for research and education about LGBT issues.
- Visual history of Columbia captured by student Updated: Apr-25-15 6:43 pm
COLUMBIA, Missouri - A University of Missouri-Columbia photojournalism student has reshot a well-known series of photos from 1949 to capture changes at the school.
- Missouri makes Pinkel latest $4 million coach in SEC Updated: Apr-24-15 9:02 pm
COLUMBIA, Missouri - Missouri has extended football coach Gary Pinkel's contract through the 2019 season and upped his yearly salary to $4.02 million, making him the 10th Southeastern Conference coach to have a yearly salary of at least $4 million.
- Student arrested in connection to anti-Semitic graffiti Updated: Apr-22-15 5:16 am
COLUMBIA, Missouri - A University of Missouri freshman has been arrested for his suspected involvement with anti-Semitic graffiti discovered inside a dormitory's stairwell.
- Missouri corn planting pushed back by wet conditions Updated: Apr-22-15 5:05 am
COLUMBIA, Missouri - Wet conditions across Missouri have pushed corn planting back and could result in possible yield loss in the southern part of the state.
- MU issues all clear after report of bomb threat Updated: Apr-21-15 11:28 pm
COLUMBIA, Missouri - The University of Missouri has issued an all clear after an earlier reported bomb threat prompted the evacuation of two buildings.
- Federal grant will be used to improve Columbia airport Updated: Apr-20-15 8:11 am
COLUMBIA, Missouri - The city of Columbia plans to use a $1.37 million federal grant to improve and extend two runways at the Columbia Regional Airport.
- Maty Mauk highlights Missouri's spring game Updated: Apr-18-15 9:15 pm
COLUMBIA, Missouri - Maty Mauk has worked on stepping up in the pocket and becoming more consistent with his footwork during the past five weeks of Missouri's spring practices.
- St. Louis Marathon strips winner's title, says she cheated Updated: Apr-17-15 3:51 pm
ST. LOUIS - Organizers of the St. Louis marathon stripped the winner of her title this week, saying she had crept onto the course late in the race for the second consecutive year to make it appear she had run all 26.2 miles.
- Organizations urge university to protect Jewish students Updated: Apr-17-15 12:49 pm
COLUMBIA, Missouri - Sixteen national organizations are asking the University of Missouri to ensure the safety of Jewish students after anti-Semitic messages were found last week.
- Study: More people engaged in end-of-life planning Updated: Apr-17-15 5:11 am
COLUMBIA, Missouri - Research at the University of Missouri indicates that more people are talking in advance about end-of-life wishes with their aged loved ones.
- Police: Man fatally shot inside college's parking garage Updated: Apr-16-15 8:40 pm
COLUMBIA, Missouri - Investigators believe a man killed by police inside a University of Missouri parking garage was a violent sex offender who hours earlier hid inside a woman's car at a supermarket and tried to force her at gunpoint to drive away.
- Police: Missouri auditor had talked of suicide, left no note Updated: Apr-14-15 8:15 pm
CLAYTON, Missouri - Former Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich had talked for years of taking his life - and had become increasingly agitated over politics - but left no suicide note when he fatally shot himself, investigators said Tuesday.